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Pros: Concrete tee pads in perfect condition. Great signage and flow. Beautiful benches on every hole and trash cans are abundant. As long as you stay outta the water it's pretty impossible to lose a disc. Good mix of technical and arm stretching holes. Multiple pin locations on most holes keeps it interesting. Brand new baskets. (No excuse for my poor putting.)
Cons: No cons that I can think of.
Other Thoughts: This course gets better every single time I play it. Big plans coming in the near future to make this a solid 4.5 course. You can reel right away that this course is well maintained and loved. Hands down the best course on the Western Slope!!!
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
1 Helpful / 4 Not
Pros: A lot of work has gone into improving this course and it definitely shows.
Updated tee signage, benches on every hole, all concrete tee pads.
Plays right along the river.
Cons: Depending on pin position there are not many really long shots. Mostly shorter technical holes.
Other Thoughts: Underrated course on the western slope. Ton of fun to play and is only 2nd to Palisade.
1 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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Come a long way
Pros: A lot of shots are required to play this technical course. Shot placement is critical because the course is surrounded by water. Good variety of hole lengths and difficulty.
Cons: Not much for elevation change on the course.
Other Thoughts: Just need tee signs to make it an awesome course.
0 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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Pros: decent winter course. I really enjoyed this course when it opened last fall. Fun holes, though frustrating water hazards. Good layout and use of area.
Cons: Big slash piles on the east end of the course. Beware of contact high.
Other Thoughts: The city has really worked on cleaning up the course. The weeds are gone. I'm not sure if they plan on removing the large slash pile but is still a large improvement over the summer weed issues.
0 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 0 Not
First time to play Watson Island
Pros: -Very technically challenging
-Different hole lengths
-Pretty easy to navigate
-There is a nice sidewalk that runs through the entire course
Cons: -Very technically challenging -haha
-There are a couple of baskets right on the river... I lost a disc
-Only 13 permanent baskets right now... but more are coming!
Other Thoughts: So I have only been playing for about a year, and so this course really opened my eyes to what my game is lacking. The way this course is set up you really need to have a good variety of shots in your bag so you can adapt to whatever shot the course is going to give you. I liked the course overall and hope to play it again soon. You can tell that the local club has put a lot of time into this course adn they have plans to complete the last 5 holes soon. I think that this really is a 'players' course... you can tell by the way it was designed that it was not put together that it was not an after-thought added to a field to fill the space but that the guys putting it together spent a lot of time thinking through each course. Because of my own skill level I would have like a couple of easy shots but over-all I would rate it "VERY GOOD!"
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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